Also, the train doesn’t go to the airport, but there are frequent bus transfers to nearby train stations. I suggest Google Maps or the MBTA website itself.
The latter provides a Route Planning tool an lets you choose between Google Maps or their own interface.
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Sent: Monday, August 05, 2013 11:40 AM
To: Philip Balister
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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Public transport in Boston
Boston's "T" is a pretty good, reasonably reliable public transit system, and the city is compact enough that it's generally pretty easy to get around. The conference is very close to South Station, which is the largest transport hub in
Boston. South Station is on the Red Line of the MBTA subway and is easy to get to from any other "T" stop with a maximum of 1 transfer.
If you were incredibly, world-class cheap, you could even stay way out in the suburbs and take the commuter rail into South Station for the conference. Personally, if I wanted to save money, I'd look out toward Quincy Adams on the south
end of the Red Line for a cheaper place to stay, and take the Red Line into South Station.
Here's a map showing the subway and commuter rail lines:
On Mon, Aug 5, 2013 at 8:12 AM, Philip Balister <address@hidden
I am looking at hotels in Boston GR Con. Needless to say, I will never
complain about Si valley rates again.
Does anyone have any comments about public transport in Boston?
Especially about getting from cheaper hotels to the conference location.
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